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Woodson talks football at Brewers game

Nov. 6, 2013
 
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  Packers cornerback Charles Woodson threw out the first pitch at todays Milwaukee Brewers game at Miller Park, then appeared in the press box and talked a little football with reporters, according to Tom Oates of the Wisconsin State Journal. I just came around, took physicals, got into the meeting room and picked up one of these brand new I-Pads that they passed out with all of our playbook on it, explained Woodson. I just came in to just be around for a minute, put my eyes on some guys and see what was going on. That was it. I wasn't practicing this week. I had no intentions of it. But, of course, weve got a mandatory (minicamp) coming up in a few weeks and I'll get out there and run around with the guys. The hot topic this offseason is whether the Packers will move Woodson from cornerback to safety. I hear all the reports about moving to safety, but I don't think there's any more I could do on the football field than I already do, Woodson said. I think the only thing that would ever change is just the title, from being a corner to a safety. But Im a football player. I can do anything on that football field and they can put me anywhere and they know that. All the talk about, Is he going to play safety? I kind of already play safety. So it wouldn't be that big of a jump if that was the thing.  

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